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Erste Schritte

Flat Brook Loop, Delaware Water Gap

SCHWER 6 Bewertungen

Flat Brook Loop, Delaware Water Gap ist ein 6.8 Meilen langer Rundweg in der Nähe von Layton, New Jersey. Er führt durch schönen Wald und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert werden. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich.

Entfernung: 6.8 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,158 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

Wandern

Wald

Wildtiere

keine Hunde

From town of Branchville take rt. 206 west. Go past Stokes State forest office. Make left onto Strubble Rd. Take Strubble past Tillmans Ravine. Come to intersection with cemetery in front. Make left onto mountain rd (No signs). Follow dirt road past Buttermilk Falls. Come to another dirt rd on left, this will be the rd to take on hike. Continue past this. Just before bridge over Flat Brook pull in dirt lot on left.

wandern
9 months ago

Please take this down!! This is not a trail and extremely dangerous! I can't give it no stars because its not an option!

Thu Dec 22 2016

The trails on this loop are not marked. It started off on a hunting road then it was unclear where to go. I had a difficult time locating the route and found myself following a stone wall and then some deer paths. I headed back through the woods to the main trail because I was running out of time. Will be back soon to explore more. Lots of history in this area. Nice big stone walls, old foundations and homestead sites. A few old dumps to dig through as well. This area is heavily hunted so wear some orange.

wandern
Mon Mar 07 2011

I hiked this trail several times while doing a historical research project in the area. The woodland, ravine and ridge terrain is nicely varied. There are a number of archeological traces of past habitation and work. The black bears are fairly numerous, and snakes are not hard to find, but most of the bears are shy, and timber rattlers will warn you of their presence - as long as you don't clomp around carelessly. Use care in the wet areas that attract copperheads, as they blend into the fallen leaves. Use your walking stick to tap ahead so there are no surprises. This is a big sportsman area, so be aware of hunting seasons to avoid being mistaken for game.

wandern
9 months ago

wandern
Tue Aug 28 2018

wandern
Sun Sep 18 2016